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Moniece Slaughter says production companies treat Black reality show cast members like "slaves to the machine."

In an interview with The Jasmine Brand, Moniece, 33, said Black reality TV personalities routinely receive lower pay than their white counterparts.

She said Black reality stars are "not being managed by Kris Jenners" who tell them "We know your worth, we're gonna fight for your worth, and we're not gonna let you do anything that is below what you're worth."

Moniece also alleged that producers use a loophole to get out of paying cast members for working over filming schedules. Moniece accused some producers of being "two-faced" backstabbers who tell networks not to work with cast members who are insubordinate or difficult to work with (such as NeNe Leakes and Phaedra Parks).

In 2019 Moniece announced her departure from Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta, saying her main focus was to be a good mom to her son Kamron (by former fiancé, Fizz).
 

Joseline Hernandez at 2017 BET Awards

Joseline Hernandez is making a big comeback to reality TV. The 39-year-old single mom is returning to television with her own reality TV show, Joseline Takes Miami.

After making a name for herself on VH1's Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, Joseline and her baby daddy Stevie J starred in a spinoff, Stevie J & Joseline Go Hollywood, which was cancelled after season 2.

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Tommie Lee Karen King

Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta producer Mona Scott-Young has a problem on her hands. It seems one of her cast members is gunning for another cast member.

Mona's policy is to keep the locations of the filming a secret. NO one outside of the cast and crew is allowed on the set, and the cast members must surrender their cellphones and undergo full body searches.

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Karen King

Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta cast member Karen King was taken into custody last week on an outstanding warrant in Atlanta.

Law enforcement sources say the troubled reality star was in court for an identity fraud case when the county clerk discovered an outstanding warrant in King's name.

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